DIY Mason Jar Lid Ornament

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Christmas will be here soon and if your a last minute shopper or maker, I’m here to help today. A mason jar lid ornament is a quick and easy last minute Christmas gift, which is perfect for the December Pinterest Challenge hosted by My Pinterventures. The purpose of this Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants of this hop (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month, I chose to create a mason jar lid Christmas ornament. It makes a perfect last minute Christmas gift.

My inspiration for this is from Mason Jar Lid Ornaments by Clean & Scentsible.

My DIY Mason Jar Lid Ornament is for my brother who loves deer. He will enjoy hanging this on the tree for many years to come. Plus I love a project that I have all the supplies for in my craft stash.

Supplies to make cute and easy mason jar lid ornament

Supplies for Super Easy Mason Jar Lid Ornament:

Mason Jar Lid
Buffalo Check Material
Red Iron On
Cricut EasyPress
Cricut Maker

Let’s Learn How to Make a DIY Mason Jar Lid Ornament

For the ornament I used a leftover piece of the Buffalo Check shirt from my Buffalo Check Embroidery Hoop Wreath and my No Sew Fabric Pumpkins. Then using my Cricut Maker, I cut the deer head design using red iron on. If you don’t have a cutting machine, you can use a punch to create a design or cut and trace a design.

Deer design for the Christmas Ornament

The first step is to place the deer head design in the middle of the buffalo check square and iron on the design using the Cricut EasyPress. The Cricut EasyPress is amazing and makes projects like this so easy. Here are the 5 Reasons Why I Love my Cricut EasyPress . It would make a great gift for Christmas too.

Next add on the twine to hang the ornament by tying it onto the lid ring.
Adding twine to hang the Mason Jar Lid Ornament on the tree with

Place your deer head in the center of the ring and hot glue it in place once you have it where you want it.

Finishing up the ornament by hot glueing the fabric to the mason jar lid

I just hot glued the fabric to the back of the lid.
Hot glue the fabric to the back of the mason jar lid for a super easy craft

Then I placed hot glue around the inside of the ring to keep the lid in place.

Remember when I said it’s quick and easy- this takes about 5 minutes to make. In 5 minutes you can give someone a lifetime of memories hanging it on the Christmas tree.

DIY Mason Jar Lid Ornament for Christmas

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Now let’s see what other things Pinterest inspired! Head over and visit the other hosts to see what they crafted, cooked, built, or tried!

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Kristie – Teadoddles • Marie – The Inspiration Vault
Lydia – Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen • Pili –My Sweet Things
Michelle – Our Crafty Mom
Alexandra – Eye Love Knots• Shirley – Intelligent Domestications
Lauren – Mom Home Guide • Susan – Suzerspace
T’onna – Sew Crafty Crochet • Pamela – Busy Lifestyle Gal
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Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.